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Filing for bankruptcy can be an overwhelming process. Fortunately, the bankruptcy lawyers at Craft Law Offices are here to help you with every step along the way. At Craft Law Offices, it is our number one priority to make the bankruptcy process as painless as possible for our clients. 

We offer free consultations so that you can make an informed decision about whether or not bankruptcy is the best option for you. We sit down with you, look over your financial history, and then discuss your choices with you. If you’re considering filing for bankruptcy, be sure to schedule a free consultation with us before you do.

Before your first visit with us, there are a few things that you should prepare before we meet. The more information you bring, the more we can learn about your financial history, and the more we can help you to make an informed decision moving forward.

For a list of all of the paperwork that you should gather before your consultation, visit our website. First, fill out our bankruptcy intake form. Once you’ve done that, look through the helpful information we have provided under our bankruptcy tab. Pay special attention to the “required bankruptcy documents” page; this will provide you with a helpful and comprehensive list of the documents you should bring with you to your appointment. If you can’t find all of them, that’s okay– just bring as many documents as you can find.

Once you’ve got everything ready for your free consultation, relax! We are here to help you from there. At your consultation, we can look over the documents you’ve brought and advise you about what steps you should take moving forward. We are also happy to take this time to answer any questions you may have about the bankruptcy process. Ultimately, we want to make your experience as helpful and stress-free as possible.

If you’re looking for bankruptcy lawyers who are here to help you every step of the way, then look no further than Craft Law Offices in Greenville, NC. Call today to set up your free consultation, and don’t forget to visit our Facebook page for updates!